Sunday, September 30, 2012

Enjoy Android apps on Windows


Soon many of you will have a chance to add applications from the most popular mobile operating system, Android, to the most popular desktop system, Windows and enjoy the technological marvel, thanks to the Chipmaker AMD and Bluestacks.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Bluestacks have teamed up to let consumersrun Android Apps on their AMD-powered PC's. The qwo companies have teamed up to bring 5,00,000 mobile Android apps to Windows PC's through the AMD AppZone Player starting Thursday.

"By collaborating with BlueStacks we are enabling software developers to more easily tap into the full capabilities of AMD's products, and providing millions of consumers with great experiences as they can now run Android Apps on AMD powered devices."


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